Salar de Uyuni by Nightfall

Salar de Uyuni

I could name tons of conventionally beautiful bodies of salt water that I’d love to dip my feet into: The Dead Sea, The Great Lakes, the Pacific Ocean, and so on. Salt flats, however, are an entirely different story — an otherworldly natural confection. Salar de Uyuni is the world’s largest salt flat, spanning over 4,000 square miles in Bolivia. Among cacti-lined islands and flamingo populations, the snow-white sea of salt looks as if it came straight out of a Salvador Dali painting. But this scene is no mirage- it’s a very real place that won’t disappear if you pinch yourself.

Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia -- Weekday Wanderlust

Transforming: Salar de Uyuni is said to be most heavenly after rainfall

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Monochrome Moodboard - Weekday Wanderlust

Monochrome Moodboard: June 29th

This week’s moodboard is all about moody monochromes and minimal palettes. Some of the black images touch on romantic vibes like the 90’s editorial of Christy Turlington for Harpers Bazaar taken from our Tumblr. Others feature just touches of skintone or warm shades of light –like the relflection of Glenn Ligon’s neon text sculpture, which adds depth and warmth to an otherwise grayscale photograph. Enjoy the moody vibes of this week’s monochrome moodboard — happy Monday!

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